Ex-Alaska Airlines pilot who tried to cut plane’s engines is released from jail; must avoid aircraft
An ex-Alaska Airlines pilot accused of trying to cut the engines of a passenger flight while off-duty and riding in an extra seat in the cockpit has been released from jail pending trial, after an Oregon judge approved it with conditions that include keeping away from aircraft.
Mom convicted of killing kids in Idaho pleads not guilty to Arizona murder conspiracy charges
A woman sentenced to life in an Idaho prison for murdering her two youngest children and another woman pleaded not guilty to Arizona charges of conspiring to kill her estranged husband and her niece’s ex-husband.
What to know about the Hall & Oates legal fight, and the business at stake behind all that music
After more than a half-century of making music together, Daryl Hall is suing John Oates over a proposed sale of his share of a Hall & Oates business partnership that Hall says he hasn’t approved.
Officer and utility worker killed in hit-and-run crash; suspect also accused of stealing cruiser
Prosecutors say a pickup truck driver in a Boston suburb is accused of crashing into a police officer and a utility worker, killing them, then pulling a knife on another officer before stealing his cruiser and crashing it.
Texas judge grants pregnant woman permission to get an abortion despite state’s ban
A Texas judge has given a pregnant woman whose fetus had a fatal diagnosis permission to get an abortion in an unprecedented challenge to the state’s ban that took effect after Roe v. Wade was overturned last year.
Trainers at New Jersey police seminar disparaged women, made 'inappropriate' remarks, officials say
A new state comptroller report finds that a police training seminar in New Jersey included instructors making lewd comments about women, encouraging officers to pull people over for no reason and showing a photo of an ape after talking about pulling over a 75-year-old Black man.
Las Vegas shooting suspect was a professor who recently applied for a job at UNLV, AP source says
A law enforcement official says the gunman who killed three people and critically wounded a fourth in an attack at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas was a professor who unsuccessfully sought a job at the school.
Air Force Reserve staff sergeant arrested on felony charges for role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot
A staff sergeant in the U_S_ Air Force Reserve from Texas has been arrested on felony charges in the U_S_ Capitol riot, where authorities say he pushed and grabbed police officers and called one officer “a traitor.”.
DeSantis appointees accuse Disney district predecessors of cronyism; Disney calls them revisionist
Gov_ Ron DeSantis’ appointees to Walt Disney World’s governing district have released a series of reports justifying their takeover of the government and accusing their Disney-controlled predecessors of being a part of “the most egregious exhibition of corporate cronyism in modern American history.”.
A new Homeland Security guide aims to help houses of worship protect themselves
A new guide from the Department of Homeland Security aims to help churches, synagogues, mosques and other houses of worship protect themselves during heightened tensions in faith-based communities across the country.
Ex-Alaska Airlines pilot accused of trying to cut plane's engines indicted on endangerment charges
The former Alaska Airlines pilot accused of trying to cut the engines of a Horizon Air flight has been indicted on 83 charges of recklessly endangering another person and one charge of endangering an aircraft.
Jonathan Majors' accuser recounts night of assault, actor's 'violent temper' that left her fearful
Jonathan Majors’ former girlfriend told a Manhattan jury that the actor was prone to fits of rage that escalated in the months leading up to his arrest for allegedly attacking her in the backseat of a car last spring.
Texas high school sends Black student back to in-school suspension over his locs hairstyle
A Texas high school sent a Black student back to in-school suspension for refusing to change his hairstyle, renewing a monthslong standoff over a dress code policy the teen’s family calls discriminatory.
Atmospheric river soaks Pacific Northwest with record-breaking rain and unusually warm temperatures
The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued five people from floodwaters in Washington state as an atmospheric river brings heavy rain, flooding and unseasonably warm temperatures to the Pacific Northwest.
Families of 3 Black victims in fatal Florida Dollar General shooting plead for end to gun violence
Lawyers and family members of three Black people who were fatally shot during a racially motivated attack at a north Florida Dollar General blamed the national chain for not providing security to protect customers and employees.